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Love Letter Day 28.
In languages such as Japanese, verb declensions (conjugation) indicate speaker and interlocutor. An action, feeling, expression of circumstance can include tense, relative order of power and intent (passive, formal, direct). They require no pronouns. An immature translator would suggest that sukidesu or aishiteruyo is simply “like” or “love.” Anyone who hears it and understands would tell you different.
In my language, love is the action/feeling/expression of circumstance, beyond tense, full of mercy, abundant with meaning, that need not be expressed. In my language, I need only to indicate you.
You. You. You. You.
Over and over again. You.